Mom’s Day Off
On June 1st from 9 am to 2pm, First Methodist Church in Carrollton will be hosting Mom’s Day off. You can drop off your princesses for a day of fun and pampering. Jasmine and Belle will be giving princess makeovers. There will be singing, dancing, storytime, and fun games for the children to play. To reserve your child’s spot it’s $75 a child and that is due at registration. That price includes their very own makeover kit, snacks, and crafts that they will get to enjoy!
Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast
Recently, Lewisville, Flower Mound, and Highland Village held their annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast. The communities were invited to purchase tickets and attend this moving event where the leaders of our communities pray over each part of the community. They also had an amazing guest speaker, Pam Tebow. All residents, no matter what church denomination you are a part of, were invited to pray over our communities.
National Historic Preservation Month
May is National Historic Preservation Month. The Denton County Office of History and Culture recently partnered with the City of Denton. Together, they have presented ‘Denton Revealed: Historic Preservation Month 2022’. This means that throughout the month of May, there are free public events that are taking place all across Denton. You can visit Dentoncounty.gov to learn more information about each event that is taking place.
Denton County Ranks Among Healthiest Counties in Texas
Recently, the 2022 County Health Rankings were released and our very own Denton County officially ranked among the healthiest counties in Texas. According to the 2022 report, Denton County actually ranked second in health outcomes out of the 254 counties in Texas. These rankings are mostly based on quality and length of life measures. Denton County is also ranked seventh in health factors which are made up of health behaviors, clinical care, social and economic factors, and physical environment.
Hebron High School Student Named Student of the Month
Hebron High School student, Carter Patterson, was recently awarded the Lewisville Rotary Club’s Student of the Month. Carter is an active volunteer in many different groups and he has been a true leader in his golf program. Carter is an exemplary student-athlete and has also been a two-time All-District selection. Hebron High School’s entire staff and student body are incredibly proud of Carter and this amazing accomplishment.
Water Polo Team Finishes in 5th Place
Hebron High School’s Water Polo team recently competed at the Regional Tournament. Both the boys and the girls’ teams finished in fifth place. It was a fantastic tournament that held some very close games. Some students even took home All-Region awards. Kaitlyn Hoang took home 1st team All-Region, Tyler Davis and Gray Hagood took home 2nd team All-Region, and students Jake Foughty, Avery Gallucci, and Ania Rejniak took home Honorable Mention.
The Hebron High School Journalism team was recently awarded Regional Runner-Up at the UIL Academic Regional Meet. Student Katie Parker placed 1st in Editorial and 3rd in Feature Writing. Emma Short placed 5th in News Writing, Kate Knauff placed 6th in Copy Editing, and Andie San Luis placed 5th in Headline. The entire school district is proud of these students for their incredible UIL performance.
Hebron High School Students Host Movie Night
Hebron High School Students recently hosted a movie night for all of the Lewisville Independent School District’s five high schools. The LISD students, parents, staff, and community members enjoyed dinner and a movie that was completely planned and facilitated by students. All of the money raised went to an amazing cause, The Adopt an Angel Program. The movie that was featured was Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.